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  1. Why do you want a 24" spacing? Just kidding....I confirm I get the same behaviour.
  2. I appreciate the response, Dermot. It certainly would be good to bolster the functionality of style palettes to include more objects. After all, it helps the client decide quite quickly on what they like, what works for them, and what doesn't. In this particular instance I was trying to use style palettes to show many bathroom styles and I use material regions for bathroom wall finishes, wainscoting, etc. I hear you Larry...I worked for a software company for 14 years. Being on that side of the customer/client line I know first hand of the juggling act product managers have vis a vis budget and time. There is also a huge issue when dealing with legacy code that sometimes makes the simplest of additions cause months of re-writing inherently connected routines. Good product managers are hard to come by, but they can be worth their weight in gold if they can design systems efficiently.
  3. Is there a list of all objects one can use in a style palette? I don't see the style palette option when a material region is selected in X13 beta.
  4. Other than inputting the desired wall materials in the wall definition, does anyone know of a way to get material regions on walls to join on outside corners? material corners.pdf
  5. Perhaps you could use a custom object field like 'window-ID' (in the Window Specification) and bring that up in both schedules to keep the windows locked with one common identifier in both schedules.(that's, if I understand you correctly).
  6. If you have auto roofs on, look in your roof tab of your wall specification dbx to see what each wall is set for regarding roof type/style. That should help ensure your roof maintains a shed style.
  7. It was the music that did it for me, Doug...so relaxing You are bringing support videos to a new level!
  8. Maybe that beam is supported on the other wall beyond the opening.
  9. Vancouver, BC...can't see more than one kilometer.
  10. Create a reference layer of your main floor that shows just the foundation of the stoop, then turn on that reference layer on your foundation level.
  11. Nice! That is quite an efficient set up.
  12. Would you have time to explain your workflow and setup with a video? If not, no worries.
  13. Just read the Premier X12 thread and now see that one can exclude windows from the schedules...so I suppose that's an answer...